Resource pages for "electric-vehicles"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
For the first time, U.S. Conference Of Mayors' report identified all-electric vehicles as most promising technology for reducing cities' energy use and carbon emissions.
The TurboEVC Level 2 electric vehicle charging station for commercial and industrial applications is compatible with existing EVs on the market.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act includes $7.5 billion in grants for governments to consider public-private partnerships for electric vehicle charging stations, among many other investments.
GridPoint smart charging system accounts for whole building data and end-user requirements to maximize customer savings and lower peak demand.
Employers that provide charging stations for electric cars will boost the shift to EVs, make themselves more attractive to potential hires, finds Ipsos and EVBox Group survey.
Sponsored by the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), this year's theme for the annual campaign is “Connected to Safety,” focused on emerging technology.
The University of Pittsburgh is entering into an agreement with Enterprise Fleet Management to upgrade its fleet with alternative energy vehicles, supporting the university’s commitment to making the campus carbon neutral by 2037.
Club Car, manufacturer of street legal, low speed utility vehicles, offers a broad range for facility management. Kathryn Sterba, strategy leader for the company, discusses the latest, including electric vehicles.
Led by nonprofit Ceres, this new alliance is a collaborative group of companies focused on accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.
Across the U.S., states are making concerted efforts to promote electric vehicles, efficient products, smart buildings, cold climate heat pumps, and zero-energy building codes, according to the just-released 2019 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard
Universities are partnering with technology manufacturers to test vehicle grid integration (VGI) technologies, automated vehicles, battery development, and wireless charging on campus, according to a new report from Navigant Research.
The proposed code by Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) would require new commercial and high-rise residential buildings to facilitate installation of future electric vehicle charging.
Annual publication from U.S. DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory reports on development across the nation, and around the world.
The IC Series is a line of battery chargers for use in electric vehicles and industrial equipment.
As the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles slowly gains ground, some facility managers are installing charging stations for this mode of transportation.
Facilities that want to cater to electric vehicle drivers can install this turnkey solution.